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A Preliminary Experiment On the Effect of Various Cereals On the Soil Population of Cereal Root Eelworm, Heterodera Major O. Schmidt *)

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In an experiment with microplots, oats and barley caused greater increases in cereal root eelworm populations than did wheat. The highest population followed barley, variety Herta. A slight decline in population followed barley, variety Kron, and wheat variety Bersée, both of which gave final populations significantly lower than most of the other cereal varieties tested. Because of the previous uniform treatment of the plots, population changes were adequately measured by cyst counts which gave greater precision than the egg counts.

Affiliations: 1: (Rothamsted Experimental Station; 2: (School of Agriculture, University of Cambridge


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